Know Your RTO & RPO For Disaster Recovery Time
If you are like many small business executives, you don’t know what your RTO or RPO are for your business — at least according to a recent article in Small Business Trends. Learn what these mean for your disaster recovery time and business continuity. What are RTO and RPO? RTO stands for recovery time objective…
Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) Guide For A COVID Work-From-Anywhere World
If you don’t have Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) set up for your Microsoft 365 email account (or any email account), you need to set it up – TODAY. Email based attacks have been on the rise as data thieves are adjusting to the COVID Work-From-Anywhere culture. Even if you do currently use MFA – it’s time…
Edge vs Chrome: What Is The Safest Browser?
What is the safest browser? Is there even a difference? When was the last time you thought about your browser? Most people don’t. They use whatever came with their computer (or smartphone or tablet). Or, maybe they tried a bunch of different ones years ago, picked one they liked and stuck with it. But the…
Serial Employee Stock Ownership Plans and Entrepreneurship
Fifty by Fifty, an organization that champions the goal of 50 million employee owners in the U.S. by 2050, recently interviewed Intrust founder Tim Rettig on the Owners at Work podcast. During the interview, Tim discussed his vision of entrepreneurship that involves repeated investing in new companies then moving those companies toward employee stock ownership…
Throw Pillow as Disease Vector? Returning to Work After COVID
With coronavirus restrictions lifting, many people are venturing back to the office. Understandably, some are concerned about the safety of returning to work after COVID. Here are some of the changes you might consider in terms of office technology and layout. Toss the Throw Pillow For years, offices have been shifting to more casual, open…
Do Third-Party Email Apps Spy on You?
Remember the old adage, there’s no such thing as a free lunch? You could change that to “there’s no such thing as free third-party email apps.” Yes, these email productivity products are free to use, but there is a price to pay. Business Insider recently noted that apps like Edison, Cleanfox and Slice scrape and…
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